* Kenny Loggins has a 2nd cousin, also a singer/songwriter who wrote a number of songs for country artists like Tanya Tucker, Billy Ray Cyrus, Reba McEntire and Alabama to name just a few. His most famous song was Please Come To Boston. He also wrote a song for this American band I'll play this evening in 1972 that had some reference to a specific month of the year. Name the band and extra credit for the name of the song.
*This artist released his most successful solo album in 1977 that stayed on the Billboard Hot 200 list of albums for 49 weeks. He also released 3 nicely charted singles from that album. In 1967 at the age of 18, he got together with a number of talented musicians to form the band, Traffic. Name the artist who still performs today, pandemic willing of course....
*Chrissie Hynde wrote a song that describes the complexities of love from a female perspective...she's inconsistent, but wonderful, and wants her lover to know that he shouldn't get too worked up, because she could change quickly. There are more than a few weather references in the lyrics. Additionally, she wrote this song for a famous fan of her band. Name the song and extra credit if you can name the fan...
*We'll play a track written and performed by an artist who grew up in London where open space was at a real premium. As a child, there was little opportunity to be a kid in the outdoors. It prompted him to write a song as a reminder that progress shouldn't come at the expense of nature. Name the artist and the song...
Battle Of The Bands!
Heard It in a Love Song by Marshall Tucker Band vs Hold on Loosely by 38 Special
1. Three Dog Night, Pieces of April, by Dave Loggins 2. Dave Mason
3. Don’t Get Me Wrong, John McEnroe 4. Cat Stevens, Where Do the Children Play?
Listeners chose 38 Special with 52% of votes